Work For AF! New Openings Available!
America’s Future (AF) empowers young people to be active, civil, and curious citizens who build freer communities that lead to fulfillment, dignity, and happiness for all, and we’re looking for creative, entrepreneurial and passionate people to join our dynamic team.
We’re working toward a time in America where young people collaborate to drive change in their communities – change that equips the individual to build a free and happy life.
We have an HQ in Washington, DC, but our team is spread across the country. Working for AF is fast-paced, fun, and rewarding. We also offer a competitive salary and benefits package, plus an unlimited vacation policy.
Check out our current openings below!
California Hub Director (PT) – California
America’s Future is looking to hire the next California Hub Director! This is a part-time, paid contract position. This person should have a positive vision for what can happen in California and be excited to inspire and empower young Californians to lead the way. To accomplish this, they should have a grasp of the issues that challenge Californian cities, and be collaborative, creative, and solutions oriented in inspiring young people to address these issues.
The California Hub Director will be the primary AF leader in California, working to execute AF’s strategy of creating communities of young people who are engaged citizens and leaders, excited to take action to improve California’s cities and communities. For the past year, we have hosted events all over the state with partners like Pacific Legal Foundation, Leadership Institute, the Federalist Society, and the Objectivist Standard Institute. We are looking to take the hub to the next level by hosting events on local city issues in major cities like Sacramento, Los Angeles, and San Diego, as well as days of action where we directly address these cities’ most pressing challenges.
-Have a strong commitment to and understanding of the values of liberty.
-Have at least 3 years of successful activist or community organizing experience.
-Have demonstrated experience managing and leading others, particularly volunteers.
-Know how to build impactful and actionable events.
-Are strategic, collaborative, humble, and communicative.
-Have experience working with those inside of the liberty movement, as well as outside of the liberty movement, those in the center left, and those across the ideological liberty spectrum.
-Are comfortable speaking with elected officials and other high level decision makers.
-Having an existing network of changemakers across California is a bonus!
The California Hub Director will have the following responsibilities:
-Grow AF’s community of young people dedicated to expanding opportunity in California across the state, including identifying and mentoring local leaders.
-Host a minimum of two useful, relevant, and engaging events (in person when possible, but virtual if not) and one Day of Action each month around California’s Community Initiatives that inspires AF’s audience to take action.
-Programming will include education on local issues, community building, and taking local action, from a private, non-government solutions perspective, and will never be partisan in nature.
-Outreach and recruitment will focus on 21 – 40 years old. All are welcome to attend AF events, but the target audience is young professionals and changemakers.
-Create, build, and execute Community Initiatives and annual strategy on city-specific issues in California with the Director of Community, as well as regional growth strategies.
-Support membership activity and programs within the California Hub region.
-Build AF’s brand regionally through media, outreach and flagship events, speaking engagements, and partnerships.
-Recruit California Hub board members and volunteers situated strategically state-wide to support the Hub and plan for sustained success.
-Manage a part time Hub Coordinator who is already hired and a part of the team.
-Submit regular program information, budget reporting, and updates to the AF national team.
-Attend regular 1×1 meetings and quarterly virtual team meetings with the Director of Community, as well as the annual leadership retreat (in person).
-Available to assist with local fundraising efforts as needed.
-Must be comfortable and have availability for occasional traveling within the state.
This is a part-time, paid contract position. Average monthly hours will vary based on the pace the Hub Director works to fulfill responsibilities. AF also offers opportunities for mentoring, networking, and training, including an annual leadership retreat (all expenses paid). Interested candidates should submit their applications here. Please contact Rhachel Toombs at [email protected] with any questions. Please, no phone calls.
Chapter Leader (PT) – Nashville, TN/Phoenix, AZ/Miami, FL/Denver, CO/New York, NY/Milwaukee, WI/Jackson, MS
Looking for a part-time job where you’ll advance liberty in your city? Become the next America’s Future Chapter Leader! We are currently accepting applications for the Chapter Leader roles in Nashville, Phoenix, Miami, Denver, New York City, Milwaukee, and Jackson.
You: Someone who loves spreading the ideas of liberty, is activist-minded, can lead others, is strategic, enjoys brainstorming and sharing ideas, knows how to build impactful and actionable events, and is an excellent networker. You have a strong commitment to the values of liberty and an eye for tangible ways others can take action to make your city better. You’re collaborative, humble, and communicative.
Us: We empower young people to be active, civil, and curious citizens who build freer communities that lead to fulfillment, dignity, and happiness for all. We’re working toward a time in America where young people collaborate to drive change in their communities – change that equips the individual to build a free and happy life. We offer opportunities for networking, mentoring, leadership, and community engagement through our national network and an extensive array of programming.
Chapter Resources & Benefits:
– Access to a robust national network of like-minded friends, speakers, and opportunities.
– Regular coaching on grassroots skills from seasoned professionals.
– Connection with leaders in other cities for collaboration and support.
– Invitations to exclusive events and training to build your skills and your network.
– Become a social and thought leader in your city and state.
– Get paid to inspire rising leaders and concerned citizens to take action in solving problems.
– Attend AF’s annual leadership retreat in fun locations (all expenses paid).
– Be instrumental in developing AF’s national programming.
– Organize and host one fun, actionable event and one Day of Action every month.
– Programming will include education on local issues, community building, and taking local action, but will never be partisan in nature.
– Outreach and recruitment will focus on 22 – 40 years old. All are welcome to attend AF events, but the target audience is young people in your community.
– Time commitment of approximately 15 hours/month. Some months may be more or less depending on the number of events and/or volunteers in your chapter.
– Recruit board members and volunteers to support the chapter and plan for sustained success.
– Submit regular program information, budget reporting, and updates to the AF national team.
– Build an annual Chapter strategy around a Community Initiative with the Director of Community.
– Attend regular meetings with the Chapter Manager and quarterly team meetings with the Director of Community.